Residence Inn Norfolk Downtown
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... flashing lights drew attention to these signs. We did see deer but truly, the promised bears in the brochure are still sleeping. The deer were scrounging for fresh growth under the snow. A few ice huts and brave fishermen stood on some very thin ice, crazy. Very impressive is where the river cuts in an S-shaped pass through the mountains, forming the Gap. Millions of years of uplift, erosion, and glacial activity formed the Gap, ...
... vacations over the past few years, I wish I would have written down the things we did, the prices we paid, the places we stayed, the restaurants we ate in, and especially the good times we had.
I plan on going back and adding past travels to this blog. They will not be in order but I will put the dates that they happened along with some pictures.
Let's see what happens...
... Her class of battleships was the longest of all American battleships and the fastest with a top speed of 27 knots. She was built during World War II and saw action in the war and the following Police Action in Korea before being decommissioned for a period of years before being refitted with missile capability and recomissioned under President Regan’s 600 Ship Navy incentive. She saw duty in 1991 along with her sister ship, the USS Missouri both of which ...
... showed up with cold Heinekens, so a spontaneous welcome home party ensued.
The party broke up at 1500, and not wanting to overstay our “free” parking space, we bid everyone farewell and left Willoughby Bay for Mobjack Bay. We had a nice sail, arriving at 1900 at a favorite anchorage on the Severn River. It had been a long day, drawing to an end our 2012-2013 Bahama islands ...
... out in the middle of the ocean. Filet of “Sole” for dinner...?
Throughout these first few days we were unsuccessful communicating with anyone via voice on the SSB radio. We could send and receive e-mail, with a bit more trouble than we were used to, but could only receive voice. We could hear Chris Parker on his morning weather nets and were able to get generalized forecasts, but we couldn’t ask him specific routing ...